Whole hard-boiled eggs and hard-boiled egg whites become watery and tough when frozen. However, hard-boiled egg yolks and uncooked egg whites are fine to freeze. More »

To make hard-boiled eggs, put eggs in a single layer in a large, cold pan and cover with cold water that reaches 1 inch above the eggs. Bring the water to a boil. Remove the pan from heat, cover and let the eggs sit for ... More »

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Hard boiled eggs may be reheated or reboiled as long as they have not sat out for more than 2 hours. The same goes for cooked eggs and food that contains eggs, which should be either reheated or refrigerated within 2 hou... More »

To make hard-boiled eggs, put eggs in a single layer in a large, cold pan and cover with cold water that reaches 1 inch above the eggs. Bring the water to a boil. Remove the pan from heat, cover and let the eggs sit for ... More »

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Hard boiled eggs may be reheated or reboiled as long as they have not sat out for more than 2 hours. The same goes for cooked eggs and food that contains eggs, which should be either reheated or refrigerated within 2 hou... More »

To make easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs, use eggs that are at least a week old, and crack the shells slightly just after they're done cooking. Place the cracked eggs in an ice-water bath for five minutes and the shells sho... More »

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Martha Stewart and Simply Recipes recommend 12 minutes for perfect hard boiled eggs. Arrange 12 large eggs in a single layer and add cool water measuring about an inch above the eggs. Heat just to boiling, cover and set ... More »

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